After Andy Warhol, ‘MYTHS: HOWDY DOODY FS II.263’, 1981, Grove Fine Art

Edition: OF 200. Most of images in Warhol’s Myths series are taken from 1950s television or old Hollywood films. They portray the universal view of America’s once captivating and commanding past. Every character in the Myths series is meant to represent a different facet of Andy Warhol’s personality. Andy Warhol created the Myths series during the early 1980s, arguably his most prolific period. During this time, Warhol was perfecting his screen printing methods and making extremely intricate works. Printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, NY. Art ID: G15186

Signature: Hand signed and numbered in pencil.

Publisher: blished by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., NY.

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